Kidney Diseases

Alport Syndrome Diagnosis

Early and accurate diagnosis is important for early intervention in Alport Syndrome, regardless of gender. “It is just as important to diagnose Alport Syndrome in girls as in boys,” according to Dr. Clifford Kashtan. “Alport families know that affected boys will someday develop kidney failure, but they often believe that affected girls have no risk […]

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Medicines to Treat Kidney Disease

People with kidney disease often take medicines to lower blood pressure, control blood glucose, and lower blood cholesterol. Two types of blood pressure medicines – ACE inhibitors and ARBs – may slow kidney disease and delay kidney failure, even in people who don’t have high blood pressure. The most important step you can take to […]

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Definition & Facts for Kidney Stones

Kidney stones are hard, rock like bits of material that shape in either of your kidneys when abnormal amounts of specific minerals are in your pee. Kidney stones once in a while cause changeless harm if treated by a human services proficient. Kidney stones shift fit as a fiddle. They might be as little as […]

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Kidney Cancer (Renal Cell Cancer)

General Information About Renal Cell Cancer Key Points Renal cell growth is an infection in which threatening (disease) cells shape in tubules of the kidney. Smoking and abuse of certain torment medications can influence the danger of renal cell tumor. Indications of renal cell disease incorporate blood in the pee and a knot in the […]

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Kidney Disease- Kidney Cysts

A cyst is a liquid filled sac. You may get basic kidney cysts as you age; they are generally safe. There are likewise a few illnesses which cause kidney cysts. One write is polycystic kidney infection (PKD). It keeps running in families. In PKD, numerous cysts develop in the kidneys. This can develop the kidneys […]

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Human Kidney Disease- Overview

You have two kidneys, each about the size of your fist. They are near the middle of your back, just below the rib cage. Inside each kidney there are about a million tiny structures called nephrons. They filter your blood. They remove wastes and extra water, which become urine. The urine flows through tubes called […]

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